Making it Real means enabling your readers imagination.
There are a number of word processors out there. I am speaking primarily of Microsoft Word, but this information should be helpful elsewhere as well.
I believe in research. Having your own personal library often provides you with needed material that helps you better understand a subject for your book. Maybe a critical weapon, a graving tool, or some other item that fits into your story. How about a How To book that covers something you’re writing about?
The problem was that when I tried putting my imagination on paper it lost some of the glory that existed in my mind. It just wasn’t the same.
But Scheduling is more than just the setting up a time for each task, it is making priorities.
In this blog I will be exploring a difficult, yet in my opinion, profitable methodology. I previously wrote about 1st and 3rd Person viewpoints or POVs, but in the following I am writing about having multiple primary characters.
Viewpoint or Point of View is extremely critical to your story. The Point of View allows the reader to experience someone else’s view of the world. The POV often determines whether a story is successful or not.
In the game of writing you control the game. You have little control over sales, but you have great control over the writing and publishing of your book. And there are ways and means of marketing your book available. If you have all the talent in the world and all the skills but never seize the opportunity you are guaranteeing failure. Permanent failure. On the other hand you have unlimited opportunity available to you every day!
There was a time when an author only had his own imagination, his experience, and, if so blessed, a dictionary as resources. But the world has changed since those olden days.
we need to ask why most people read. It is to escape the reality of their lives, to imagine, to relax, and to be uplifted.